Citizens Against Nonconsensual Research, CANR
CANR's goals are to deal with survivors of non-sensual human experimentation.
Misuse and abuses of power are important issues we are concerned with. We address the dilemma in directed energy weapon (DEW) harassment and nonconsensual experimentation on American citizens. Our cause speaks of the harm of a few, in an attempt to benefit the whole. In the fabric of American law and ethics, this has never been an acceptable principal. Our system of law and governance was not written to accept the harm of a few, to benefit the many. In fact, its original purpose was the opposite.
This holds true in our Constitution, our Bill of Rights, our adherence to the Nuremberg Code, Wilson Directive and presidential directives. We support these humane, humanistic aspects of our law and governance. We seek to make them work for our members, who have been affected and harmed.
In presenting our issues, reluctance to address harm, caused by abuses of power and corruption, which present potential harms from powerful entities, both corporate and governing, is a vital issue.